Imbolc BodyDreaming™ – Brigit and the Rites of Spring: A BodySoul Workshop

Marian Dunlea assisted by Masako Machizawa, M.D.
February 21-22, 2015

“If he/she can be encouraged to play with the imagery, the energy locked (frozen) in the shadow will emerge, bringing with it the buried creative fire.”    Marion Woodman

We invite you to join us for a weekend of BodyDreaming™ as we explore the new energy quickening in our psyches’ dreams, images, movements and creative expressions at Imbolc. Imbolc – ‘parturition’ – the Ewe’s milk, marks the beginning of Spring in the Celtic tradition. Brigit, the triple goddess and latter day Christian Saint, stands at the threshold of Spring, invoking the archetypal energies of healing, the alchemical fire of smithcraft, and the creative arts of poetry. At Einsiedeln, the place of pilgrimage to the Black Madonna, we will connect to the Feminine soul of old Europe, awakening ancestral memories of Imbolc.

Using the BodyDreaming™ approach, we will attune ourselves to the wisdom of the body, the somatic unconscious. We will focus on establishing the body’s natural harmonic rhythm to support the images arising from the cellular depths at this time of Imbolc. This workshop will provide a rich experience of BodySoul work.

Masako Machizawa, M.D., is a psychosomaticist in Japan. She is also a Jungian analyst who graduated from the Jung Institute in Zurich. She currently works as a Jungian analyst in private practice in Tokyo, while practicing as a psychosomaticist in a hospital.

Dates:
February 21-22, 2015, 10 am Saturday-12 pm (noon) Sunday

How to Register:

Please contact Benedicte Lampe at benelampe@yahoo.com

Accommodations:

Einsiedeln Hotel Allegro, Lincolnweg 23, 8840 Einsiedeln, Switzerland, http://www.hotel-allegro.ch/en/home/

Fees:

CHF 395 for a single room; CHF 375 for a double shared room. Tuition included. Bursary rate available for students.

CEU’s:

9 Hours CPD (Continuous Professional Development)